reports on the state of the marine and coastal environment
of the Environment in Asia and the Pacific 2000.
Pacific Environment Outlook 2. Published periodically
to present the state of environment and its trend in
the region. The report aims to critically review the
existing status of the environment, the driving forces
for changes, and the existing set of policy initiatives
undertaken to confront environmental challenges.
UNEP GPA: Overview
on Land-based Sources and Activities Affecting the Marine
Environment in the East Asian Seas.
of Regional "Hot-spots" on land-based pollution,
their characteristics and impacts.
The project is one of the identified activities in the
Regional Programme of Action for the Protection of Marine
Environment from the Effect of Land-based Pollution.
The implementation of the project will contribute to
the general objectives of the Regional Programme of
Action, and address priority problems in the region.
UNEP GPA: East
Asian Seas (brief description of environmental state,
Environment Outlook 3 (GEO3). Coastal and marine
of Rhode Island: Large Marine Ecosystems (LME): Gulf
of Thailand, South
China Sea, Sulu-Celebes
Australian Shelf, and part of the Bay
actors and agreements in the region
Global action and Global
Regional Seas Programme. >
UNEP Global programme of action for the protection of
the marine environment from land-based activities (UNEP
Economic Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP).
Regional Office for Asian and the Pacific (ROAP). >
UNEP Regional Resource Centre for Asia and Pacific (RRC.AP).
sector and NGO actors and initiatives
Asian Programme in Ocean Law, Policy and management
Action Network (RAN): Oil
Report: Southeast Asia.
Asia Response Private Limited (EARL)
Institute of Petroleum (AIP)
International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation (ITOPF).
International Directory of Oil Spill Cleanup Contractors
and Response Organisations. >
International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation
Association (IPIECA). >
conventions, agreements, action plans and actors
Asian Seas Action Plan. >
Body on the Seas of East Asia (COBSEA). Regional
Co-ordinating Unit (EAS/RCU). >
Development Strategy for the Seas of East Asia.
International Waters projects. >
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). >
Partnership in Environmental Management for the Seas
of East Asia (PEMSEA). >
Tokyo Memorandum of Understanding on Port State Control.
action: China/Hong Kong: Marine
action: China: China Maritime Safety Administration
action: Korea: Ministry
of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries: Maritime
Safety Management Bureau
action: Philippines: Philippine
National Environment Department
Marine Environment Section, Harbour department
Maritime and Port Authority
action: Indonesia: Directorate General of Sea Communications,
Sea and Coast Guard Division